Tutorials for New Users of the Linux Desktop

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Table of Contents

Tutorial 1 - Getting Started
Tutorial 2 - Using the Desktop
Tutorial 3 - Files and Folders
Tutorial 4 - Using Common Mass Storage
Tutorial 5 - Using the Printer and Scanner
Tutorial 6 - Multimedia and Graphics Access
Tutorial 7 - Accessing the Internet
Tutorial 8 - The World Wide Web (WWW)
Tutorial 9 - Email on Linux
Tutorial 10 - Using OpenOffice.org Suite
Tutorial 11 - The Shell
Tutorial 12 - Packaging, Updating, and Installing
Tutorial 13 - Getting More Info and Help
Tutorial 14 - KDE (The K Desktop Environment)

Above are links to a group of self-study introductory tutorials for using a modern personal computer (PC) running the Linux operating system. After going through the guide the reader should be in a position to start using a Linux desktop for both personal and office use.

These tutorials are based on the material in the "User Guide to Using the Linux Desktop", originally published by United Nations Development Programmes, Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme (UNDP-APDIP). Web: http://www.apdip.net/ Email: info@apdip.net. The material in this guide may be reproduced, republished and incorporated into further works provided acknowledgment is given to UNDP-APDIP.

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/.